'Putin won't stop trying to expand Ru...

'Putin won't stop trying to expand Russia'

There are 15 comments on the B92 story from Mar 31, 2014, titled 'Putin won't stop trying to expand Russia'. In it, B92 reports that:

After "annexing Crimea and with troops massed on the border of Ukraine," Vladimir Putin "will not stop trying to expand Russia."

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“Abe”

Since: Nov 12

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#2 Apr 2, 2014
Instead of expanding RuSSia........All of RuSSia's neighbors and other nations in the world should focus on CRUSHING ruSSia and DIVIDING it up among the world.

NATO, America, China, Japan and even nations far away in South America, Southern Asia, Africa......should be allowed to have large chunks of ruSSia for themselves in agreeing that ruSSia does not deserve the right to exist and should be carved up and divided among the nations of the world......especially the poor nations of the world that deserve Russian territory more than Russia since afterall Russia SEIZED and STOLE 90% of its territory from the innocent nations neighboring ruSSia that don't exist anymore since ruSSia murdered them all to SEIZE and STEAL their territory.
PROUD NO TO BE NAZZI

Kent Town, Australia

#3 Apr 2, 2014
Thank you Mr Putin . Take back every thing what is Russia .
Go PUTING GO . GO RUSSIA GO. it is you day.

NIET SS NAZI NA ULICA.

Zivela SRBJIA I RUSSIA
RUSSIAN FASCISM

Surrey, Canada

#4 Apr 3, 2014
Go Putin! Bring isolation, poverty, and soviet-style lies and thuggery to Russia! Turn Russia into a lawless wasteland and pariah regime!

Hey!

He's already DONE THAT!

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!

“In the cockles of weirdness”

Since: Oct 12

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#5 Apr 3, 2014
Here's an idea. Maybe if our government stopped meddling in places like Georgia and Ukraine, regions like Ossetia, Abkhazia and Crimea won't ask for Russia's help. Especially now since we know these countries end up losing territory LOL.

'Putin won't stop trying to expand Russia'. What a crock. Russia hasn't invaded anyone. Putin doesn't have to try to expand Russia, he just sits back and lets us interfere and then he comes in an picks up the pieces. WE'RE doing all the work.
AbeUG

Bridgewater, NJ

#6 Apr 4, 2014
-sunshine wrote:
Here's an idea. Maybe if our government stopped meddling in places like Georgia and Ukraine.......
Yes that would be a great idea if your Russian government would STOP meddling in nations near it like Georgia and Ukraine.
RUSSIA has already LOST

Surrey, Canada

#7 Apr 4, 2014
AbeUG wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes that would be a great idea if your Russian government would STOP meddling in nations near it like Georgia and Ukraine.
Yes, the real problem is a corrupt Russian post-soviet thug regime that has little to offer its people except to bully smaller nations.
Eduardo

Durango, Mexico

#8 Apr 4, 2014
Mr Slovak wrote:
Instead of expanding RuSSia........All of RuSSia's neighbors and other nations in the world should focus on CRUSHING ruSSia and DIVIDING it up among the world.
NATO, America, China, Japan and even nations far away in South America, Southern Asia, Africa......should be allowed to have large chunks of ruSSia for themselves in agreeing that ruSSia does not deserve the right to exist and should be carved up and divided among the nations of the world......especially the poor nations of the world that deserve Russian territory more than Russia since afterall Russia SEIZED and STOLE 90% of its territory from the innocent nations neighboring ruSSia that don't exist anymore since ruSSia murdered them all to SEIZE and STEAL their territory.
The emerging world isn't on NATO's side. Attempts by Australia to block Russia from assisting the G-20 summit were blocked by the BRICS. Argentina claimed that NATO was opening a naval base in Malvinas while there was rumours that Argentina was planning to host a Russian naval base. As I have stated before the refusal to recognize Crimea as part of Russia doesn't mean the emerging countries will be isolating Russia in fact the real winners of the dispute will be the emerging countries and specially the BRICS as the NATO lead efforts to isolate Russia will drive Russia closer to those countries.

“Abe”

Since: Nov 12

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#9 Apr 4, 2014
But even big BRIC nation China could have openly supported Russia on Crimea, but instead decided to remain neutral on Russia's seizing of Crimea. That's interesting, since China is suppose to be Russia's good friend.

Anyway....the BRICs can have Russia.

Wooptee Doo.
Eduardo

Durango, Mexico

#11 Apr 5, 2014
Mr Slovak wrote:
But even big BRIC nation China could have openly supported Russia on Crimea, but instead decided to remain neutral on Russia's seizing of Crimea. That's interesting, since China is suppose to be Russia's good friend.
Anyway....the BRICs can have Russia.
Wooptee Doo.
Yes, they have their own agenda. Weakening the concept of territorial integrity is against most emerging countries agenda, but many of those countries don't see NATO as a legitimous defender of international laws. There is also the failure to understand that international recognition and de facto control aren't same thing, e ven if not a single country recognizes Crimea as part of Russia is very unlikely that anyone will try to push Russia out any time soon. The idea is that the economy sanctions would damage Russia so badly that they woul be forced to return Crimea peacefully, but if some countries step in an undermine NATO's attempt to isolate Russia that would be far less likely to happen.
MOSCOW MAIDAN

Surrey, Canada

#12 Apr 8, 2014
Yes, Russia's temporary occupation of Crimea is going to cost them dearly. All these Putin groupies like Eduardo have left is to peddle fantasies of the imminent collapse of NATO and the Western world.

It's called losing and desperately trying to save face.

“In the cockles of weirdness”

Since: Oct 12

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#13 Apr 8, 2014
MOSCOW MAIDAN wrote:
Yes, Russia's temporary occupation of Crimea is going to cost them dearly. All these Putin groupies like Eduardo have left is to peddle fantasies of the imminent collapse of NATO and the Western world.
It's called losing and desperately trying to save face.
Defense Secretary Warns NATO of ‘Dim’ Future
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/11/world/europ...
PROUD TO BE SERB

Australia

#14 Apr 8, 2014
superdelegate wrote:
<quoted text>Each member of BRIC cares about its own national interests. If other members cared about Russia how come none of them has recognized South Ossetia/Abkhazia? What's good for Russia it might not be good for others.
U.S. Warns China Not To Attempt Crimea-Style Action In Asia
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/04/us-c...
Way not.
America & NATO will fight ? China & Russia .
They have no capability to win in Afganistan.
So please stop making noise. For nating ;))
So silence in the class please .
BREADLINES of MOSCOW

Surrey, Canada

#15 Apr 9, 2014
-sunshine wrote:
<quoted text>
Defense Secretary Warns NATO of ‘Dim’ Future
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/11/world/europ...
Yes, a feeble posting of a three-year-old piece on how NATO countries limit military spending is the very best Putin Losers can come up with! Good use of sarcasm to show how weak Putin's position is! I assume you are mocking the pathetic grasping at straws by the Putin Losers, of course!

It's called losing and desperately trying to save face.

“In the cockles of weirdness”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#16 Apr 9, 2014
BREADLINES of MOSCOW wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, a feeble posting of a three-year-old piece on how NATO countries limit military spending is the very best Putin Losers can come up with! Good use of sarcasm to show how weak Putin's position is! I assume you are mocking the pathetic grasping at straws by the Putin Losers, of course!
It's called losing and desperately trying to save face.
Really? So have these countries increased or decreased their military budgets in the last 3 years? ;)

Everyone keeps insisting that the US/NATO is using other nations as "cannon fodder" but it's the other way around! They barely have any military! It would be nice if there were an option for EUROPE to militarily handle an invasion of Ukraine but we all know that's IMPOSSIBLE because they have no military! This is bullshit! Americans are always the ones who have to go in and do the majority of the fighting and dying. AND WE PAY FOR IT ALL OUT OF OUR TAXES. Screw you! Pay for your own fcking defense and your own wars! If Russia does actually invade Ukraine and western or eastern Europe doesn't like it, they're welcome to go fight on behalf of west Ukrainians. They can arm the Nazis in Kiev all they like! If that's what they truly want. If they're that "afraid" of Russia, they can pay for it out of THEIR pockets and with THEIR blood.

“Abe”

Since: Nov 12

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#17 Apr 10, 2014
When the US goes to war.....you don't pay for anything. You are on the Russian side not the American side.

If anything your money is going to the Russian forces that SEIZED Crimea for Russia.

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